Kind offers of help for C4C

Various individuals and companies have approached The Rifles and offered to donate a portion of their profits from the sale of their products to the Care for Casualties appeal.  In response to this we have developed this “Offers” section to the C4C website.  Whilst C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site, C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of these products advertised and acts as an introducer only.  Purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.  With that understanding, we are very grateful for the offers made, however, the decision to purchase any of the items should in no way be influenced by the fact that C4C has made this introduction.


Give us Time


Give us Time was founded by former Defence Minister Liam Fox in 2012. Their mission is to give military families precious time together. They recognise the vital role families play in providing a support system for our brave military personnel. Time together is crucial to strengthen this bond.  Please follow the link for more information


The 24/7 Center Algarve & Just Rifles partnership is pleased to offer holidays to Riflemen & their families

Just Rifles is able to offer Riflemen and their families the opportunity to holiday at the Centre Algarve for the whole of December and January for an initial period of Five years. A total of 14 bedrooms will be available during this time and breakfast and soft drinks will be included. Centre Algarve is located in the beautiful Ria Formosa Nature Reserve, just 2 minutes from the pretty local village of Moncarapacho. The centre has created an environment where everybody feels comfortable, safe and secure within wonderful grounds that are fully enclosed and gated; a magical and unique holiday centre where fun and memories are created. Facilities include a discovery centre, Zoo ( ) vegetable gardens, sensory room, Jacuzzi & SWIMMING POOL !!!


Just rifles recently sent a team of five to ‘recce’ the resort. These included three double and single amputees together with 2 members of Just Rifles, Lee Rider & Scott Levy, who were hosted throughout the stay by the amazing resident staff. The Recce revealed that the facilities were ideal for wounded soldiers and their families. The amenities in the surrounding areas include the stunning beach which has full wheelchair access, the water park and numerous golf courses (with buggies if required). Nearby towns popular with tourists include Olhão and Vilamour.


We have managed to negotiate great discounts for leisure activities including the Water Park, sea life centre, football, golf, and 9 hole pitch and putt, together with the free use of the local gym.


To find out more about the wonderful Centre Algarve go to the link


Flights typically cost in the region of £50-£70 per person to Faro Airport.  Just rifles may be able to assist with flight cost however this will be assessed on a case by case basis.


If you have any questions or would like to book please contact Scott Levy on 02076312763 or by email at

The Road From Sarajevo
British Army Operations in Bosnia, 1995-1996


Half of the profits of the new book will be given to Care for Casualties


For more information and to order the book please go to The History Press website



A Battle Too Far 

A true story of mutiny at the end of WW2.


Half the royalties from the sale of this book have kindly been donated to Care for Casualties.


For more information and to order this book, please go to:



Rifles’ Officer Caricature, Limited Edition signed and numbered print.


£50 each with £5 being donated by the artist to Care for Casualties.  This print is sold unmounted with an overall dimension of 8.5” x 16”.  The picture area measures 6” x11”.  The edition is limited to 350 copies with each print individually signed and numbered by Alix Baker, the artist.  To order, please visit Alix’s website:



A Summer in Antarctica.

John Jones, ex 3RGJ, was selected to take part in the British Antarctic Survey, and was based at Rothera Station, Adelaide Island, Antarctica (67 degrees South, 68 degrees West, for the summer of 1994/1995.  During that time John kept a diary and out of that and the photos he took during his time there and his trip from The Falklands, this book has emerged.  John’s book is available through or and he is donating a percentage of the profits to Care for Casualties.

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